Synopsis: A deserted mining town lit by the glow of a reddish full moon. A stagecoach full of passengers and an enigmatic gunslinger find themselves up against two bloodthirsty outlaws on the run from a deadly bank robbery. As their worlds collide and the weary travelers attempt to escape, it becomes apparent that a bigger menace lurks outside on the plains; An otherworldly beast that only appears on the night of a blood red moon.
Jeremy Wooding directed and helped create the first series of multi-award-winning TV programmes Peep Show (C4), Derren Brown (C4) and The Restaurant (BBC). His TV comedy series The Legend of Dick and Dom (BBC) received a Childrens’ BAFTA nomination. His film work ranges from short films, including vampire short SOUL PATROL (starring Sadie Frost, Clint Dyer), to the ground-breaking British Bollywood feature musical BOLLYWOOD QUEEN (starring James McAvoy, Ian mcShane) which Jeremy also wrote and produced (official selection Sundance Film Festival 2003). Jeremy’s last feature film, the comedy THE MAGNIFICENT ELEVEN (starring Sean Pertwee, Keith Allen and Robert Vaughn) was released in 2013.
Bram Stoker Whitby Film Festival - United Kingdom - 2014
Best Director (Jeremy Wooding)
Dublin Horrorthon - Ireland - 2014